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Invading An Article Iii Court's Inherent Equitable Powers: Separation Of Powers And The Immediate Termination Provisions Of The Prison Litigation Reform Act, Theodore K. Cheng Jun 1999

Invading An Article Iii Court's Inherent Equitable Powers: Separation Of Powers And The Immediate Termination Provisions Of The Prison Litigation Reform Act, Theodore K. Cheng

Washington and Lee Law Review

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Equity -- 1957 Tennessee Survey, Thomas F. Green Jr. Aug 1957

Equity -- 1957 Tennessee Survey, Thomas F. Green Jr.

Vanderbilt Law Review

JURISDICTION:

Among what is said' to be the largest number of public laws ever passed by a Tennessee Legislature, the General Assembly passed an act which creates a statutory exception to the doctrine that equity will not enjoin the commission of a crime unless the conduct comes within some recognized head of equity jurisdiction.

EQUITABLE REMEDIES:

Hall v. Briton was a suit in the chancery court to enjoin defendants, who were complainant's former employees, from selling a product produced with the aid of complainant's trade secret.

CONTEMPT:

One of the peculiarities of equity is that its decrees frequently ...